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As playoff runs for area schools came to an end, district selections were finalized for area athletes. Numerous varsity athletes were recognized for their achievements on the field, and 112 earned accolades for their work in the classroom — eight of whom received academic all-state honors.

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In light of the year 2020 and how unusual circumstances might have had impact on player performance, I find it difficult to judge the worth of players on their statistics alone.

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BOERNE — The Navarro Panthers once again found the state quarterfinals to be their Waterloo on Friday night as they fell 35-14 to the Wimberley Texans, ending their season at 11-3.

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The Navarro Panthers (11-2) and the Wimberley Texans (11-3) may have done irreparable harm to their case against the UIL Realignment Committee.

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GIDDINGS — Despite never having played them, the Navarro Panthers (10-2) have more in common with their third-round opponents — the Navasota Rattlers (8-3) — than similar spots in alphabetical order.

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The Matadors (5-2, 4-1) have several reasons to celebrate Friday’s win over Johnson. Seguin delivered a 55-24 stampeding over the Jaguars guaranteeing its spot in the playoffs, won its first road game of the 2020 season, and saw several players on the roster have standout performances at She…

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CORPUS CHRISTI — Fans made the drive from north and south to Buccaneer Stadium Friday night expecting to see two teams light up the scoreboard in an offensive shootout.

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It probably didn’t take long for the Navarro Panthers’ defense to figure out what it has to do in Friday night’s second-round playoff game in Corpus Christi: contain Raymondville’s all-purpose weapon Zaraivion Armendarez.

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KERRVILLE — Marion Bulldogs (5-6) football team, with its roster chock full of underclassmen, met its goal of making the playoff this year.

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Lady Panther basketball (2-0) thrashed through the Pearsall Mavericks on Nov. 10 with a convincing 62-22 win for their first home game of the season.

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Considering the way the UIL packed so many strong programs into the district next to them, the Navarro Panthers had to know that the first round of the playoffs would be more of a challenge this year than in previous seasons.

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